We are rebuilding and completely re-skinning our 16ft trailer. All roofing material will be removed and discarded. Technique will come later, we need to get advice on the best roofing system available. We have already ruled out the spay-on bed liner material. We were wondering if anyone went in a non-conventional manner and used fiberglass or something other than the standard rubber underlay? We are open to any and all suggestions.
*note: If you give a suggestion, even if it is the standard rubber mat and coating, please tell us why you feel the way you do ie: experience or witness to disaster, etc....
Okay, after a little more research we found that the general consensus seems to be "no liquid gunk, coatings, or rubber" on the roof. We are newbies and just want to do our little gal justice.
We have a "dome" style top with curves which would take a 4-6in break aluminum nicely. We are still undecided if we will go with the Mesa Siding or the break for the sides. Several of the Shasta's we have seen go with just a smooth front, back, and roof and then some form of break or ridged siding on the sides. Opinions?